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Find your purpose in life as you grow from grieving to healing

Published author Alicia Thompson-White marks her return to the literary limelight with the release of book that offers readers a vivid illustration of navigating through the seasons in life.

New spiritual guidebook provides readers with a way to survive end times by using a military survival plan

Readers will get a glimpse into the Christian mind of a battle-tested survivalist in the new book “Millennial Ranger: Spiritual Survival while Surviving” (published by WestBow Press) by Christopher L. Watkins.

What happens when fiction turns to reality and threatens to control your life?

A girl’s written fiction becomes reality and turns her life upside down. Trapped in an escalating mess of her own making, will she ever see a way out? Debuting author Rainie York invites readers to find the answer as they ...

Adventures in rhythm, rhyme and repetition ensue in ‘Austrian Went Yodeling’

Debuting author Grace Madrid brings to life a favorite preschool fingerplay song in her children’s book titled “Austrian Went Yodeling” (published by Xlibris). Featuring the artistic talent of her grandson Vincent Madrid, this illustrated book invites young readers to a ...

Book tells the journey of the Bews family from Scotland to America in the late 1890s

When they were young, Mary Kathleen Preston and her sister listen to stories of their mother Ella. They preferred these stories to fairy tales at bedtime. These stories make her remember a generation of pioneers who gave up so much ...

“How We Fight for Our Lives: A Memoir” by Saeed Jones

You can’t pretend forever. Eventually, the ruse gets tired, holding up pretenses becomes a burden, and keeping the game going is harder than telling the truth. You eventually have to break it down and let people know what you’re about. ...

“Sulwe” by Lupita Nyong’o, illustrated by Vashti Harrison

Other kids can be so mean. In your classroom, they call you names and whisper bad things. On the playground, they tease you, and it hurts your feelings. You wish you had more friends, and that things were different. But ...

Houston Attorney Clayton Rawlings Covers Personal Injury Lawsuits and Mediation in New Books

Texas author and attorney Clayton Rawlings, a partner at Hampton & Rawlings, pens two books on personal injury pertaining to lawsuits and mediation.

“What God is Honored Here?” edited by Shannon Gibney and Kao Kalia Yang

You’re doing okay. Shaky, most days, and you can’t stop crying but you’re doing okay. Thanks for asking, although nobody ever really wants to know. They look away, up or down or anywhere but at the truth: you’ve lost a ...

“Her Own Two Feet: A Rwandan Girl’s Brave Fight to Walk” by Meredith Davis and Rebekah Uwitonze

On the day you took your first steps, your parents were very proud. They took pictures of you standing by yourself with a one-tooth smile on your face, and then they called Grandma and Grandpa to tell them you were ...

“Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America” by W. Caleb McDaniel

Home Sweet Home. Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like it. It’s where your family is, where you hang your coat, where you keep your stuff. Even the word “home” equals safety and comfort, and in the new ...

Book helps readers find themselves by the gift the God gives to understand in prayer

Steven Loftin wanted to introduce readers to the gift that will make them really and truthfully know themselves. He does this through his book, “Man Shall Not Live by Bread Alone But Every Word that Proceed Out the Mouth of ...

Man diagnosed with schizophrenia releases autobiography

A man diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia opens up about his struggles, pain and loss in his recently-published autobiography, “Living with Paranoid Schizophrenia” (published by Xlibris).

A young boy enjoys his experience at the zoo together with his imaginary friend

When John Osback was 4 years old, his father, mother and grandfather took him to the zoo. When they got to the monkeys, he told them he had a blue monkey on his shoulder. His grandfather laughed and said he ...

Fast-Paced Mystery Dishes Up Murder On A Dinner Train

Honey Howell returned to her small, quiet hometown of Bardstown, Kentucky, thrilled by the prospect of working with her grandfather at his legendary bourbon distillery and reconnecting with K.C. Cleary — a master distiller and "the one who got away.”

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